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SURVEILLANCE CAMERA CODE OF PRACTICE
Home Office circular 11/2013 advertises the statutory code of practice that comes into force on 12 August 2013.
The government is taking forward a coalition agreement commitment to further regulate CCTV through a surveillance camera code of practice which has been prepared as guidance under the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012 (PoFA). Following extensive consultation, the code was laid before Parliament for approval and will now come into force on 12 August 2013.
Tamworth Town Hall.
Market Street, Tamworth, Staffordshire B79 7LY
Tamworth Borough Council
or a member of the Officer Team (see "Contact Us")
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This leaflet offers guidance to current or potential users of CCTV on how to get the most from this technology. Much like buying a new car or a television you have to make some important decisions before you buy to ensure that it actually meets your requirements and gives you a return on your investment...
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The CCTV National Standards Forum is a newly formed organisation with the aim of providing a source of independent and expert advice to the Government, regulators and a wide variety of stakeholders on issues that relate to the deployment of CCTV, both in the public and private domains within the United Kingdom.
To view the CCTV National Standards Forum website click here